Tuesday’s business headlines

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Here’s a look at Tuesday’s business headlines.


Carmel was named the seventh best place to live in the U.S. gave the city and A+.

Reviewers said Carmel is beautiful, sophisticated, charming, kind and innovative.

Others said the area is filled with good, high-paying jobs and that the public school facilities are amazing.

Toys R Us

Toys R Us has a new owner.

WHP Global announced it has acquired a controlling interest in Tru Kids, the parent company of Toys R Us and Babies R Us.

It plans to open a number of Toys R Us stores again in the U.S., ideally ahead of the holiday season.


Delta Airlines gave a business update that includes about 30% daily net sales improvement over February for the month to date.

Bookings for travel beyond the next 60 days were 32% of new bookings.

Still, revenue in January and early February was lower than expected.


Google’s online job training program is hoping to “create real economic opportunity for everyone.”

According to Google, its career certificates enable people to get the right skills and connect with the right employers for them.

The job fields covered by the program include IT support, data analytics, user experience design and project management, all of which are “in demand” and “high-paying” fields.